A modular open source glacier model in Python¶
The model accounts for glacier geometry (including contributory branches) and includes an explicit ice dynamics module. It can simulate past and future mass-balance, volume and geometry of (almost) any glacier in the world in a fully automated and extensible workflow. We rely exclusively on publicly available data for calibration and validation.
This is the software documentation: for general information about the OGGM project and related news, visit oggm.org.
This is the model documentation for users and developers of the latest (cutting-edge) repository version. For the documentation of the latest stable release, visit docs.oggm.org/en/stable.
Physical principles implemented in the model and their underlying assumptions. For more detailed information, we recommend to read the OGGM description paper.
How to use the model, with concrete python code examples.
- Try OGGM online
- Installing OGGM
- Getting started
- Input data
- Set-up an OGGM run
- Performance, cluster environments and reproducibility
- API Reference
- FAQ and Troubleshooting
- Pitfalls and limitations
- Version history
Get in touch¶
License and citation¶
OGGM is available under the open source 3-Clause BSD License.
OGGM is free software. This implies that you are free to use the model and copy or modify its code at your wish, under certain conditions:
- When using this software, please acknowledge the original authors of this contribution by using our logo, referring to our website or using an appropriate citation. See Citing OGGM for how to do that.
- Redistributions of any substantial portion of the OGGM source code must meet the conditions listed in the OGGM license
- Neither OGGM e.V. nor the names of OGGM contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. This does not mean that you need our written permission to work with OGGM or publish results based on OGGM: it simply means that the OGGM developers are not accountable for your use of the tool (more info).
See the OGGM license for more information.